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VPN Concentrator Lan 2 Lan Filters

I am creating a lan to lan filter, and when I change the default to action to Drop, my rules assigned to the filter do not seemed to be working properly. I have added the forward/in and the forward/out to the filter, and "in" is reference to the traffic entering the tunnel, and "out" is traffic existing the tunnel. My question is which is the reference point, the remote end...or the local end... and if I have that would create the rule for term services(3389)...?


sounds simple, but I have juggled configs back and forth with no success...

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Re: VPN Concentrator Lan 2 Lan Filters

Hi ,

First of all, the default action applies only if you do not have rules applied to a filter.

So,if you have even a single rule in the filter, if it is set to drop or Forward, doesn't matter.


The local End/Public Interface is the reference point. In defines, traffic entering the concentrator, and Out defines traffic exiting the concentrator.

Let me know the configured rules, I'll try to help you out.

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